Richard Gage is finally allowed to speak and complete his sentences on a mainstream venue without being cut off. This is a breakthrough in the otherwise dead art of mainstream journalism. Also, they didn't try to discredit him with ad hominem attacks
January 6, 2016 Subject:
Commenter "Raw Meat" (above) demonstrates a typical response of those who haven't studied the subject and/or are in denial about it, by personally attacking the messenger (Mr. Gage), rather than providing any rebuttal. Calling Mr. Gage a "conspiracy theorist" is a childish attempt to discredit by stereotype, rather than making any attempt to refute the evidence he provides. Mr. Gage makes it very clear that he is not pointing a finger at any possible perpetrators of the crime of 9/11, and his theories are only concerned with what caused the three tallest World Trade Center buildings to disintegrate to ground level in a matter of seconds, some fire doesn't do to steel-framed high rise buildings. Nationalistic faith can cause such denial and the refusal to even consider an objective study of the events of 9/11. The reports generated by NIST have been demonstrated to be in gross error and are also demonstrably fraudulent.
November 19, 2014 Subject:
There's no need to identify him as a conspiracy theorist because by now he's just a sad mental case going on and on and on. Why bother posting this drivel?